Unite In Action Blog

By KrisAnne Hall- Director of Legal Affairs on 5/28/2012 10:30 AM
As we remember our brothers and sisters who have sacrificed and continue to sacrifice so we can have Liberty, let us also remember that this ultimate sacrifice is not only worthy of our honor, but also of OUR daily sacrifice and devotion.

“It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us - that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion…”  Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg.

People are,by nature, fickle and short sighted. But it’s because of patriots who have been courageous and committed to a future beyond themselves, that our nation is one focused upon Liberty. It is now our duty to take up this mantle and secure “the blessings of Liberty for…our posterity”. But make no mistake; it will take a whole body of people to secure this Liberty. Not a whole nation, but a...
By Benjamin Smith - Director of Strategic Affairs on 5/26/2012 1:17 PM
History is written on the papyrus of the victor, penned in the blood and toil of those that stood to fight.

For those that stood to fight…… You fought against an insurmountable foe in the Revolution, turned a world power on its heels then gave us the Constitution that we have today.

For those that stood to fight…… You fought for a reason, for a cause, for an Idea, For FREEDOM

For your sacred flame……. We are thankful

For those that stood to fight…… You fought against your family, friends and countrymen in the Civil War.

For those that stood to fight…… You fought because of personal values, goodness and equal justice, the fate of a nation.

For your righteous hearts and goodness……. We are thankful

For those that stood to fight…… You fought against evil in WWII against people that...
By Jay Devereaux - Director Digital Systems on 5/17/2012 9:49 AM


Many of you still have primaries coming up this year and almost all of you have at least one more election cycle in your lifetime.

Do you just want to win at all costs no matter what it takes? Is it more important to you that that your “Team” wins rather than voting to put the right kind of person in office? Or are you willing to stand for something and hold your ground? It really does come down to these very simple questions.

Our country is in danger of being lost forever. Why? Because of this path we have been set on by both parties that have been infested with a disease known as Progressivism. Every day we ask our men and women in uniform to brave roadside bombs, missiles, gunfire, grenades and who knows what else so we can have our freedoms here in America and...
By Brandon Smith on 5/16/2012 11:23 AM
With the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act and all the malicious intent contained within its virulent pages, many in the Liberty Movement, once relegated as extremist in documents such as the MIAC Report and the Virginia Fusion Center white papers, now find themselves faced with the very real possibility of being targeted as enemy combatants in their own country and in their own front yards. No longer is the fight between globalist and Constitutionalist obscured in the mire of cold war style information drilling and propaganda. Today, it’s all out in the open, and it’s nothing to be taken lightly. Unfortunately, however, an incessant belief remains amongst a large subsection of Americans, who assume that there is no need to act, or to choose sides. Apathy and fear cling to our culture like manure to a new leather shoe.
By KrisAnne Hall- Director of Legal Affairs on 5/14/2012 1:04 PM
The federal government has assumed great responsibility to tax and provide for our citizens under the interpreted authority of the general welfare clause in the Constitution. Our Departments of Transportation, Education, Agriculture, and Interior are all justified by the general welfare clause.  Most recently one of the main justifications of the Healthcare Act is that Congress has authority to create such a law because of the general welfare clause.  But how Constitutional is this assumed authority?  What would our founders say about this current view of federal power?
By KrisAnne Hall- Director of Legal Affairs on 5/14/2012 12:42 PM
I have been traveling the country for the last two years, teaching people the true history of the founding of our nation. I do this because I believe two things: one, that God has placed a call on my life and two, those who do not know their history are doomed to repeat its mistakes.